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Possible postcard?
One of the benefits of working in what I like to work in (digital, watercolor) is that I can start something and it can end up in a portfolio later that day. Doesn't quite work the same with oil paints. I have always felt that oil painting is something I should keep for my own work, and not something I would want to work in professionally. Maybe time will change that, but I doubt it.

I'm submitting for Hallmark's workshops tomorrow. From what I've heard, they're changing a lot and heading more in the direction I'd wanted to go anyway (less bunny-esque, more idealike). I think I would be happy working there, so long as they don't ask for anything with pudge and bunnies in the same sentence.

More later

7 comments:

Trish Tatman said...

When do we embark on our glorious pudgebunny collab, Ms. Erin?

(Erin McGuire... is actually quite INTENSE. *DAGGERS DAGGERS DAGGERS!*)

mauricio salmon said...

nice layout for a postcard.i would move the it's actually quite friendly a bit down so it can line up the the bottom of the G. i now it's not much but i'm a freak like that. :) good luck with the work shop.good luck with the workshop, i know i got something out of it.

Matt Dalluhn said...

the postcard is awesome, I want five of them, and a sculpture of that dog for my desk.

Trish Tatman said...

We need to make some art for the booth. When is this plan more convient for you?

brian said...

"less bunny-esque, more idealike?"
dammit, man, that's more newspeak than proper English.

The pattern on the dress is nice. The light plus the ...dog has this weird cute-nuclear-apocalypse thing going on.

EL Gato Negro said...

pretty solid eRin

John Ofori said...

Freak Nasty, this postcard is phenomenal!!!!!!! please send me this. i see you have been working hard, nice!